Four Ways to Fuel Profitability During a Pandemic

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According to the National Restaurant Association the restaurant industry is positioned to lose $40 billion in sales just in the final two months of the year. Here are four ways you can continue to keep your restaurant operation healthy and … Continued

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Florida Voters Approve a $15 Minimum Wage

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This article was written by By Peter Romeo, Joe Guszkowski and Jonathan Maze for Restaurant Business. The 2020 presidential election is apparently far from being decided. But a number of states approved ballot measures that could have a significant impact on the restaurant industry. That … Continued

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Independent Restaurants go Dark to Keep the Lights On

This article was written by Alicia Kelso for Restaurant Dive. Never before have the lights gone out at so many independent restaurants in such a short amount of time. But there may be opportunity for some to bring their kitchens … Continued

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Compeat CMO Experiences Taffer’s Tavern on Opening Night

This article was written by Compeat CMO, Kristi Turner.  Can COVID stop a new restaurant opening? Apparently not. Can Tropical Storm Zeta stop a new restaurant opening? Not according to the resilient team at Taffer’s Tavern. Despite a complete power … Continued

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Tip from the Compeat Team – Payroll Processing

Customer Question: I’m processing payroll as we speak. I made edits to my labor for a couple days ago. I repolled those days, but I’m not seeing those changes. Why not? Tip from the Compeat Team: This is a good one, as … Continued

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Indoor Dining Prohibited Again in Chicago, Starting Friday

This article was written by Lisa Jennings with Restaurant Hospitality. Ilinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker said Tuesday restaurant dining rooms across the city of Chicago would have to close again, starting Friday, as a result of rising COVID-19 metrics. Pritzker said … Continued

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For Chef Thomas Keller, Cooking is Full of Emotion

This article and podcast was featured on wbur. Host Peter O’Dowd speaks with chef and restaurateur Thomas Keller about his new book, “The French Laundry, Per Se.” Keller also discusses how his company has fared during the coronavirus pandemic. Steak and Potatoes: We always … Continued

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